Noun. (Prn. brinh-dil) PL brindel: Clutter that forms around the house. Consists of regularly used items common to observer's everyday activities.

Ex. Piles of dirty laundry, stacks of mail and/or magazines, empty beer cans, tools and/or parts, trinkits, etc.

Usage:
"Holy rusted out chassis Batman! We needs to do us some laundry! There's brindel everywhere!"

"Honey, would you be so kind as to remove that stack of brindel before our guests arive this evening?"

"I've been gone all week and the brindel has really collected here since I haven't paid attention to cleaning."
by LoganPhyve March 16, 2008

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